Heroes Library hosts informational session on bond election Thursday morning

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 8/26/20

Those with questions on the bond questions facing Glendale voters on this November's ballot can head to the Heroes Park Library for an information session at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.

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Heroes Library hosts informational session on bond election Thursday morning

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Those with questions on the bond questions facing Glendale voters on this November's ballot can head to the Heroes Park Library for an information session at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.

Members of Glendale's Citizen Bond Election Committee will be at the informational event to walk residents through the bond questions on the ballot and answer any questions residents may have about them.

City Council is asking voters this November to let the city borrow up to $188 million to pay for projects primarily in streets and parks and recreation with some funding going toward flood control and the city’s landfill.

If authorized by the voters in the Tuesday, Nov. 3 election, the bonds will be paid back through Glendale residents’ property taxes. City staff and City Council are confident the city can pay back the entire debt without having to raise its share of property taxes. 

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